THE LOVE SCANDALS that rocked the ruling Zanu pf party in Zimbabwe-by Lance Guma

THE LOVE SCANDALS that rocked the ruling Zanu pf party in Zimbabwe-by Lance Guma

Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones, but obviously someone forgot to tell the folks inside Zanu-PF. In this expose, we look at the love scandals that have dominated Mugabe’s party since independence in 1980.   President Emmerson Mnangagwa   Robert Mugabe told a bumper crowd in Bindura that a 72-minute video presented in the Zanu PF politburo by Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo on July 19 claimed Mnangagwa almost killed and…

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A major drought crisis has forced Cape Town’s municipality to ration water consumption to 50 litres (11 gallons) per individual per day.

A major drought crisis has forced Cape Town’s municipality to ration water consumption to 50 litres (11 gallons) per individual per day.

Over the last three years, the South African tourist destination Cape Town has suffered drought with very little rainfall   The drought crisis has forced Cape Town municipality authorities to ration consumption to 50 litres (11 gallons) per individual per day.   However the Cape Town drought has reached a crisis point with Cape Town residents now urged to turn off their toilet cistern water supply and advised to use all of the waste water…

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‘Prostate cancer sufferer South African music legend Hugh Masekela (78) has died’.

‘Prostate cancer sufferer South African music legend Hugh Masekela (78) has died’.

According the South Africa’s ENCA news channel, Masekela, who was fighting prostate cancer and disclosed his ailment last December, died this morning.   The veteran trumpeter and ground breaking artist was 78. The star was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2008.   Bra Hugh – as he was affectionately known by his adoring fans – was born in Witbank, Gauteng on 4 April 1939. He is survived by his two children Sal Masekela and Pula…

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Over 11 000 faulty prepaid meters were imported by Zesa after failing to certify the gadgets during manufacturing before shipment

Over 11 000 faulty prepaid meters were imported by Zesa after failing to  certify the gadgets during manufacturing before  shipment

  More than 11 000 prepaid meters imported by Zesa were faulty as it emerged that the power utility failed to send inspectors to certify the gadgets during the manufacturing stage before their shipment, an audit has revealed. The audit said there was no evidence that Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company had used the results of a pilot project conducted at a cost of $1,5 million.   It also emerged that the firm accepted…

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Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote and those “serious” could come back and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.

Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote  and those “serious” could come back  and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.

Mnangagwa says Zimbabwe will have free and fair, elections without violence but there will be no diaspora vote and those “serious” could come back and register under the on-going voter registration and to vote when the time comes.   Speaking in Namibia, Mnangagwa, claimed that the diaspora Zimbabweans have not been denied their right to vote . He said that those “serious” could come back home to register under the on-going voter registration and to…

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Zimbabwe football legend Shadreck Ngwenya ( 70) passed away peacefully at home in Ntabazinduna yesterday

WARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa led the tributes yesterday as Zimbabwe football was plunged into mourning again after the death of one of the greatest players to emerge from this country, the legendary Shadreck Ngwenya who leaves a legacy of excellence on the pitch. Ngwenya — one of the most famous Dynamos sons — was among the first few players from this country to ply their trade in South Africa during that country’s pre-Independence era in…

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MDC T leader Morgan Tsvangirai left for South Africa medical check up after President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Vice President Chiwenga’s visit to his home

MDC T leader Morgan Tsvangirai left for South Africa medical check up after President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Vice President Chiwenga’s  visit to his home

The ailing leader of MDC Morgan Tsvangirai on Friday left the country for his routine medical checkup in South Africa. This was confirmed by his spokesperson Luke Tamborinyoka on Friday afternoon. According to Tamborinyoka, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, accompanied by Vice President Chiwenga, made a courtesy call to see Tsvangirai at his home just as Tsvangirai was about to leave the country. “We thank President Mnangagwa for his gesture to come and pay a visit to…

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‘How the Cold War tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations from soon after the second world war, (1947 to 1991), defined Zimbabwe’s doomed future from Gukurahundi genocide ‘

‘How the Cold War tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations from soon after the second world war, (1947 to 1991), defined Zimbabwe’s doomed future from Gukurahundi genocide ‘

‘How the Cold War tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations from soon after the second world war, (1947 to 1991), defined Zimbabwe’s doomed future from Gukurahundi genocide ‘   The Cold War which extended from soon after the second world war, extended from 1947 to 1991, generally defined by lengthy periods of tension between the Western World and Eastern European communist nations.   This was effectively a conflict between the United states and…

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It is reported that a total of 14 people have been killed while 268 have been injured in a collision involving a train crashing into a lorry and a car between Hennenman and Kroonstad in Orange Free state South Africa.

It is reported that a total of 14 people have been killed while 268 have been injured in a collision involving a train crashing into a lorry and a car between Hennenman and Kroonstad in Orange Free state South Africa.

It is reported that a total of 14 people have been killed while 268 have been injured in a collision involving a train crashing into a lorry and a car between Hennenman and Kroonstad in Orange Free state South Africa. The train belongs to Shosholoza Meyi was reportedly enroute from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg full of people returning from festive season holiday at 9:15 am (11:15 GMT) and the accident left several carriages off tack…

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SA woman (34) arrested at Mugabe International Airport in Harare with over five kgs of cocaine in 125 bobbins of white sewing thread.

SA woman (34)  arrested at Mugabe International Airport in Harare with over five kgs of cocaine  in 125 bobbins of white sewing thread.

34-year-old South African woman yesterday appeared in court after she was arrested at Robert Mugabe International Airport in Harare with more than five kilogrammes of cocaine with a street value of $430 000 loaded in 125 bobbins of white sewing thread.   Thlinolui Jack was coming from Angola.   She appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Rumbidzai Mugwagwa facing a charge of dealing in dangerous drugs.   She was represented by Mr Norman Tsarwe and was…

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